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Case of immigration officers and Chinese nationals go kaput

Late last year, a chartered plane, coming from Haiti, landed at the Philip Goldson International Airport in what turned out to be a major immigration scandal. The passengers were originally [...]

Toledo Villager accused of bludgeoning sister-in-law

Now to a tragic story from the community of Jalacte in the southernmost reaches of the Toledo District. It involves a family feud over the weekend that left a twenty-two [...]

Bar Association’s declaratory comment on enforcement

From our checks, government has not yet filed an appeal at the Caribbean Court of Justice, as Prime Minister Dean Barrow said he would, against the June twenty-fourth ruling by [...]

Unofficial Football Federation officially playing game in Honduras

The National Sports Council met on Saturday and unanimously voted not to register the Football Federation of Belize. Notwithstanding, the second leg of competition between Belize and Montserrat in a [...]

Oppenheimer Report looks at debt and nationalizations

A new report on the financial status of Belize has been written by a well known Financial Advisor of Oppenheimer and Company Incorporated. Carl Ross, the Managing Director of Investments [...]

Kendall Crossing and rain

It rained over the weekend and parts of the south are threatened by flooding.  The National Emergency Management Organization has issued an advisory on water levels and as you can [...]

No crooked smiles for Ministry of Health’s mobile dental units

But there is some good news. If you live in rural communities, it is becoming easier to access dental services. The Ministry of Health has received a number of mobile [...]

Swindler makes another impression on the Court

In May we reported on a Buttonwood Bay resident who was busted after he swindled over two thousand dollars from three persons by claiming he was selling land for Minister [...]

Date night; 2 couples charged in connection with school burglary

Two couples were charged today in connection with a burglary at Saint Agnes Primary School in La Democracia, which occurred on June thirtieth. Twenty-three year old Rafael Burns, his girlfriend, [...]

Toddler drowns in bucket

Earlier we told you about a woman that was murdered down south in Jalacte. There’s another death to report and it involves a toddler. On Friday evening, one year and [...]

Shots fired at party; revelers beaten, was it the police?

A party on Friday night was allegedly crashed by police. A group of young men at the party, taking place at a house on Justice Street say that police physically [...]

Belize Film Festival’s free filmmaking workshop

If you have a creative mind and have a passion for writing and imagining the stories come to life, then there is a workshop that is suited just for you. [...]

Rise Up Belize gives scholarships

While a majority of primary school students are out enjoying their summer vacation, several kids from Ladyville are already occupying their time with preparations for the school year ahead.  A [...]

James Adderley’s cavity free and jaw clenching sports update

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. Week six of the Belize Bank Super League playoffs brought with it a bang that would be heard all over [...]